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're woging as one team here, public, private, not for private, higher education and military working together to respond to this incident. the current status, as was just reported, we're expecting a lot worse later today, around 9:30, 10:00 with high tide over 7 feet. winds are looking up. sustained wind of 39 miles per hour, tropical force wind levels. with the saturated ground and flooding, we're expecting more downed trees and power outages. >> it sounds dire as we check in with folks like you, who are in charge of security and precautions and emergency operations, are you feeling comfortable and confident with everything that you've got and how you prepared at this point? >> sure, sure. you can't plan for every contingency and we have partnership in place to get through any adversity that will come our way. we feel good with where we are. we have aa good idea of what's coming. we'll be able to get to whatever sandy brings to us. >> we're glad to hear jim redick, director of emergency operation in norfolk this morning. right back to zorida a look at other stories making news. >> good morni
and education and this is mitt romney voter deeni smith who gave us a picture of her granddaughter. she said she voted early because she wanted to avoid the long lines. her number one issue, the economy. >> i got to tell you, i love these. send us your votergraph and be a part of our show. we love having you. >> faith, family and the presidential election, both campaigns try to get religion in one of the final battleground states. we will have a live report from the ground coming up next. you're watching "early start." you see us, at the start of the day. on the company phone list that's a few names longer. you see us bank on busier highways. on once empty fields. everyday you see all the ways all of us at us bank are helping grow our economy. lending more so companies and communities can expand, grow stronger and get back to work. everyday you see all of us serving you, around the country, around the corner. us bank. who have used androgel 1%, there's big news. presenting androgel 1.62%. both are used to treat men with low testosterone. androgel 1.62% is from the makers of the number one prescr
's health and education policies are what get her vote. as for the economy -- do you think anybody can fix the problem? >> i think it's going to take a lot of work to do it, but i think it will. >> reporter: the unemployment rate across nevada, nearly 12%, the nation's highest, but polls here consistently show obama up by a point or two. zombies crawling through reno, driving their own agenda. what is on the zombie agenda this week. >> the zombie agenda, lots of butchering, slicing and dicing of the budget. >> reporter: she's a zombie for romney but most of the undead have otherening things on their minds. how many of you are undecided voters? >> hey! >> reporter: it is all ant the brains. now we know where the undecided voters are. >> thank you, miguel. right now it is a roll of the dice in the battleground state of nevada. the final stop on the tour takes him to vegas. we'll check in with him on friday. >> i think he'll be on stage with celine dion or something. he is the best. >>> ahead, some must-see video of super storm sandy's extraordinary might and wrath. just wait until you see wh
, then a masters degree. she's earning close to minimum wage. it's hard to make the case for higher education. we know, statistically it gives you a better chance of not being unemployed. >> it's hard for me to talk to the younger generation or the generation that's my age when you say you went to college and you owe $60,000 in loans and you not making no more than a person working at mcdonald's. >> reporter: not making anymore than a person that works at mcdonalds. the issue isn't just the quantity of jobs, it's the quality of jobs. >> ali velshi on the ground in ohio. thanks very much. later on, grover nor norquist. we'll have an incredible cnn team there as well. we are covering it from every angle. >> that jobs report is three hours away. christine will bring us the numbers the minute they come out. >> at 9:00 a.m., ali velshi and christine will be back with an hour special. what it means for you and the presidential election. >>> let's bring in cnn con transcribe ewe tor for a closer look at the politics headed into election week. we just listened to ali as he was talking about a woman who h
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